EUNIC Cluster Zimbabwe
The EUNIC Zimbabwe Cluster launched a mini documentary festival at the Alliance Francaise on October the 3rd, 2013. The documentary festival aims to provide a platform for local producers and directors to showcase their short films and documentaries. The opening film for the festival was “Searching for Sugar Man” tells the story of two South Africans who set out to discover what happened to their musical hero, the mysterious 1970s rock 'n' roller, Rodriguez. News
Alliance Francaise, British Council and Goethe Institute under the banner of EUNIC Zimbabwe Cluster, launched the Creative Zimbabwe Programme in partnership with the European Union on the 18th of October, 2013. The European Union is supporting the programme with a financial contribution of €495,000, equivalent to approximately USD 670,000 to be used over the next 18 months to contribute to the professionalization of the cultural sector in Zimbabwe. News
The Flame is a unique edutainment and cultural event framing the international World Aids Day 2011. Showcasing young and ambitious Zimbabwean visual artists, their work on how to re-think life, behaviour and attitudes towards HIV and related topics, it is an exhibition and an exceptional collaboration between some of the most talented local musicians, poets, performers and an international musicians/DJ.
Live Vibe is an original concept which started in the UK but is now a global show. It showcases local dance talent in an inspirational, interactive atmosphere and, with the support of trained mentors, helps them take their craft to the next level.
Originally created by Hakeem “Mr Impact” Onibudo this show features 6 of Zimbabwe’s hottest Hip Hop Dance troupes. D-Chronic, Eschusia, Unit Edge, Break Equation, G-Steppaz and Royal Crew.
The British Council along with the Alliance Francaise and Goethe-Zentrum Harare/ Zimbabwe-German Society officially launched a EUNIC cluster in Zimbabwe on the 5th of October 2011 in Harare.